10 Easy Tips And Tricks to Get Good Health


4. For a boost

We take a meditation break. Meditating, as we know, has many benefits, starting with calming the mind by focusing on the present moment, bringing its attention back to its prana (or breath). Meditating is also ensuring an immediate radiance and boost.

We release hormones of happiness, and it shows on the quality of the skin. It’s amazing anti-aging! You can start with an alternate breathing exercise (Nadi Shodana), which is a meditation in its own right. Here, we focus on our breathing and we disconnect.

5. To oxygenate your cells

Now is the time to supplement with chlorophyll to boost your immune defences, oxygenate your cells, fill up on magnesium and detoxify. For this, it will be necessary to consume more green foods (algae, plants, vegetables, etc.) or take food supplements. Green is the color of healing, renewal, hope, all that is in abundance, and lush nature.


Toning, detoxifying, antioxidant, de-stressing and rich in chlorophyll; matcha is a real source of youth! Put 1 teaspoon of matcha powder in a traditional Chawan bowl. Heat 30 cl of spring water to 70°C (no more) then pour it into the bowl. Whisk with a chasen (whisk), briskly and regularly, to make the mixture foam. Put a few ice cubes in a glass, pour the matcha over it, then add spring water to fill the glass.

6. Exercising to stay healthy

If you suffer from swollen legs, water retention or even frozen hands and feet syndrome, the good news is that all of this will go away with regular physical activity. When the lymphatic circulation is revived, your body will get rid of the toxins and metabolic waste that previously cluttered it more quickly. This is how you will feel indescribable vitality and energy and reduce stress.

In addition, the exercises will allow the body to gradually move from rest mode (sleep, relaxation, meditation) to action mode (move, adapt to its environment, mobilize its neurons). These movements will mobilize your whole body, increase your range of motion and allow your joints to regenerate. It is recommended to practice barefoot and on an empty stomach. Depending on how much time you have, you can either do this routine on its own or follow it up with a brisk walk, a yoga session or an intensive session or any other sports practice.